Studio Monday with Nina-Marie: Adding Dimension to Solid Stamping

Adding Dimension to Solid Stamping | Nina-Marie Design

Hello friends! I wanted to stop by and share my latest Studio Monday video with you that I created for Simon Says Stamp! This week I am featuring Reverse Confetti stamps and dies as I show you how to add some simple dimensional details to solid stamped images.

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Adding Dimension to Solid Stamping | Nina-Marie Design

For this technique I used Prismacolor colored pencils to add dimensional shading to the flowers and leaves I stamped using Reverse Confetti’s Rose Garden stamp set.

These roses are beautiful stamped in a single color of ink, which you could definitely do. But I love to add more interest to my stamping, so by using the colored pencils to create depth, I was able to achieve a more realistic effect.

Adding Dimension to Solid Stamping | Nina-Marie Design

For those of you interested in the ink colors I used, I chose: Rose Apple and Teeny Bikini for the roses, Duckling for the floral sprigs, and both Jellybean and Fern for the leaves.

Adding Dimension to Solid Stamping | Nina-Marie Design

The sentiment you see here is from another Reverse Confetti set called A Friend Like You. I used both the Rose Apple and some Slate Gray ink to stamp the sentiment.

For the background of the floral arrangement, I created stripes with a Copic marker and ink blended a bit of Jellybean ink. To embellish the card I sprinkled a few Sparkling Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh in between the roses for a bit of shine.

Adding Dimension to Solid Stamping | Nina-Marie Design

I hope you will be checking out the video to see how I created the dimensional roses! Thanks for stopping by and visiting me today… I’ll be back again very soon!

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By | 2017-03-19T22:06:14+00:00 March 20th, 2017|Cardmaking, Die Cutting, Simon Says Stamp, Stamping|1 Comment

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  1. Janet hand April 12, 2017 at 8:27 am - Reply

    Maintain the awesome job !! Lovin’ it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMYQj2rkGT8

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